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>> reporter: about an hour ago, the hillary clinton campaign released the latest information about how she's feeling right now and her test results from today. this is video from sunday when clinton stumbled leaving an event in new york city early after not feeling well. it turns out friday, clinton had a chest ct scan, it revealed she had a small right middle lobe pneumonia, it's the pabacterial type and not contagious. her records also reveal the presidential nominee reminds on thyroid medicines and blood thinners. her doctor says she is recovering well. hillary clinton will be back on the campaign trail tomorrow. and bill clinton says that she's feeling great. and this morning, donald trump sat down for a taping with dr.
oz. donald trump talked about his latest physical performed just last week by his long-time doctor. >> your health is as strong as it seems, why not share your medical rorecords. >> i have no problem in doing it. i have it right here, should i do it? i don't care. it's two letters, one is the report, and the other is from lennox hill hospital. >> may i see them? >> audience members told nbc news dr. oz gave trump a clean bill of health and after trump's interview, the republican nominee flew to flint, michigan, trump toured the city plagued by lead in the water. trump was chastised by a pasto in flint. donald trump was criticizing hillary clinton, when the pastor
interrupted and said i invited you here to thank us for what we have done and not to give a cool pain speech. now to the lehigh valley where a young child was killed in a car crash, now holding out hope that his sister survives. the child's mother crashed here on i-78 earlier this morning, randy is live in allentown at the hospital. >> reporter: the family was near the end of an hours long road trip when police say they crashed into a guardrail just before 1:00 in the morning, that 5-year-old boy dying at the scene his 2-year-old sister fighting for her life at the hospital. state troopers find a crucial container of evidence, open containers of alcohol. >> there were open alcoholic containers in the car, it's under investigation as far as who was drinking. >> reporter: police want to know why the family's car swerved and
slammed into a guardrail, mom, grandma and two kids were on a road trip home to new jersey. the crash so powerful the 5-year-old boy was thrown from his car. >> ravon was an angel, always happy, always go lucky, sure was, and smart as a whip. >> the boy's 2-year-old sister also critically injured. >> we know there were car seats in the vehicle, it's still under investigation whether those car seats were properly used. >> the crash caused a miles long backup along i-78 frustrating drivers during rush hour who say major accidents on this winding highway happen far too often. >> there's a lot of traffic a lot of truck traffic and it's just a busy road and accidents grow when you have that much
volume. >> reporter: and that 2-year-old gill remains hospitalized here tonight in very serious conditions. two other drivers also suffered minor injuries when they rear ended that disabled vehicle. to our weather now and some record heat on this wednesday as we get closer to fall, still feels like the middle of summer, nbc 10 first alert meteorologist sheena parveen with a look at what you can expect in your neighborhood. >> it feels like summer, we are still in the 90s in many areas, but allentown starting to see the approach of some rain, temperature down to 82 degrees. philadelphia coming in at 91, we already a record of 92 today. so it definitely feels like summer still outside. 91 trenton, 90 in mt. holly. with have a pretty strong cold front in terms of the cold air behind it, not so much with rain, although we could see a
few showers through the lehigh valley, mainly pennsylvania suburbs, but we have 60s and 70s behind this cold front and tomorrow we're going to be a lot cooler, noticeably schooler. there's a friend right now, ahead of it we have some showers, some cloud cover here, mostly locally in burks down, lehigh valley a few light showers. and as we go into your weekend, more showers coming up. # the pennsylvania race for u.s. senate is one of the most competitive races in the country. poll averages show pat toomey and katy mcginty separated by half a point with advertising reaching nearly every resident. most of the money is coming from outside interests.
>> sorry senate, katie mcginty or pat toomey. >> pat toomey, he's for wall street. not us. >> reporter: or the democratic nominee. >> katy mcginty,ing ahead at our expense. >> reporter: pennsylvania is an epicenter in the battle over which party will control the senate. >> you're expecting wire going to see even more of these ads? >> no question about it, this is not the peak, by any meends. >> reporter: but when the nbc 10 investigator searched federal election records, we found the cost is already jaw dropping. the amount the candidates themselves have brought in is dwarfed by spending from outside interests like super-pacs. superpacs have spent more than
$16 million for the entire race. but they spent 111 million opposing mcginty and $16.7 million opposing toomey. we asked if pennsylvania voters are well served by all the outside influences in this race. >> in many cases they're not. in many cases it creates confusion and it's inaccurate. that's why i have long thought that the much better system is to have the candidates in control of their message because you can hold candidates accountable. >> i think voters are smart, i think they will take into account what they see on the, they'll take account of what they read in the newspapers but then they'll listen to trusted friends, neighbors. >> reporter: to put the numbers in context that 43 million in spending would be enough to send 3500 philly children to school for a year. it would pay the starting salary
of 300 more police. so all of these ads are targeting a very few number of voters. >> exactly. and a lot of studies have shown that a lot of this money and most of it is wasted. >> reporter: and yet that spending total is growing almost daily. in the second part of our investigation, we look at the superpacs spending the most here, just who are they? what are their goals? we'll review that tomorrow at 6:00. new at 6:00, the atlantic city officer shot less than two weeks ago is preparing to leave the hospital. the ac police department told us that the officer's condition has been upgraded. fidel was shot outside a casino
garage, one suspect was killed. a trenton kindergartner brings heroin to his elementary school. police responded to the international cat my of trenton charter school monday afternoon. that's when a 5-year-old boy was rushed to the hospital. he was playing with what appeared a candy wrapper that turned out to be packets of heroin. the boy was not harmed. the north broad street shopping center now a strip mall was awarded this historical marker today. this was the dream of pastor leon sullivan. ministers across the country opened businesses in treszed neighborhoods. the site currently has more than
a dozen tennants. our partners at the philadelphia business journal report that cab services had newer rides since uber came into existence. full-time jobs are now part-time work. i'm jacqueline london here on the red carpet of "america's got talent." it's kouchbd timecountdown time. also ahead at 6:00, lawn thefts, why homeowners have been fed up for months at one south jersey community. and we have some showers trying to move part of the area, it's all because of a cold front so it's going to go from feeling like summer to feeling a lot like fall. we'll have your forecast coming up next.
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this tragedy - when pat toomey had the chance to ban suspected terrorists from buying guns - he voted against closing this loophole for terrorists - and with the gun lobby. katie: we have to do everything in our power to keep guns away from terrorists who threaten our way of life. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message because we can't risk our families' safety on a loophole. . authorities in cumberland county have turned to a new tactic to try to stop a rash of burglaries targeting landscaping equipment. someone broke into a garage overnight stealing over $3,000
in tools. they have made a handful of arrests but the crimes have continued and now they're hoping the public will help them move a step ahead of the thieves. >> i hope they do whatever they can to stop this kind of stuff. because this is a violation, this is our stuff, we bought it. we worked hard for it. >> there's been close to 300 robberies from sheds and garages. less player jon dorenbos would win in tonight's america's got talent. here's his final act. >> i thought i would write the name eric. every night may the magic forever live in your home. grab your son and tell eric you love. and cross that off your list every single night. and ladies and gentlemen, may this world be magic, i love you,
this has been one of the greatest opportunities of my life. i am jon dorenbos, out. >> jacqueline london, again outside the arena. you just spoke with john, how do you feel he did last night? >> he feels very confident and he's hoping that everyone voted. i got chills just now listening to the replay of his magic trick last night. it was so moving. we are just four hours away from learning who the new champion is of "america's got talent" i hope you washed at home last night. he tugged at the heart strings during his magic tricks. a contrast to his previous tricks, but for his finale, what he chose was possibly quite more meaningful. jon said he was going back to the basks for this magic trick, but he coupled it with emotion from his heart, inspirit
rational words. he said magic saved my life, i taught me don't hate, don't blame, forgive. here's what he said to me just moments ago. >> i never thought i would really make it this far, i hoped i would but you never know. i'm going to keep putting one foot in front of each other. i'm going to stay ready so you never have to get ready. hopefully we're going to win in chicago on monday night. >> reporter: he has so many options now and an entirely new unanimous base, i'm here on the red carpet of america's got talent. and in just a few minutes, i'll be heading into the dolby theater for the results show, then i'll be back out here on the red carpet on the 11:00 news, i hope we can say that jon ask the new winner of america's
got tall lnt. >> all of philly is definitely pulling for him tonight. we'll see you tonight at 11:00 with the outcome. the america's got taleent final starts tonight at 8:00 on nbc. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> well, a stay today where it felt like summer, but tomorrow a big difference, we're going to be cooler, here's a live look out at center city, clear skies still, we're still in the 90s, but there is a little rain trying to move into the lehigh valley. most of the area looking nice and dry, if you look at your seven day at the bottom of your screen, you'll notice much cooler temperatures, very different than what we saw today. look at the records we set, 92 philadelphia, georgetown 93, atlantic city 92. wilmington 93. these are all record high temperatures for today. the normal high is 79 degrees,
so we are well above normal for this time of year. and look at our current temperatures, we're still around 90 for most of the area, even along the shore, it's a warm day, summer's point, 83 degrees. cape may courthouse 82. atlantic city coming in at 80 degrees. i mentioned we do have a few showers moving through, most of the area is dry, but these showers are part of a cold front moving through, so if you're in burks county, you're about to see some heavy rain out of this. we do have some showers here, mostly the lehigh valley. allentown area, seeing some moderate rainfall here, but upper bucks county, you can expect some of these showers move in. i don't think it will be a big deal. but we are watching it very closery, it's all part of this cold front and that cold front's going to swing through tonight really cool us down as we go through tomorrow. then you notice this other thin spinning off the coast of south
carolina, that is tropical storm julia, we do not have to worry about it, it's going to stay to our south, no concern for our area. for tonight, a couple of showers moving through, other than that, the cold front swings through, tomorrow mostly sunny by the afternoon, upper 70s, even as we go into friday, beautiful weather, low humidity, highs in the upper 70s, feeling like fall. then we go into the weekend, saturday we're going to be dry, but noertsz our rain off to our west. that rain will be here as we go into your sunday. so 77 in phoenixville tomorrow, west chester 77. fairmount, 78 degrees tomorrow. perfect weather, haddenfield, 77 degrees. tomorrow if you're along the shore, expect the mid 70s, avalon 74 degrees, 75 atlantic
city, delaware, wilming almond, 78 degrees your high tomorrow. friday upper 70s, saturday about the low 80s, staying dry saturday, then sunday we'll be watching closely scattered showers and storms, temperatures mid to low 70s for your sunday. that's our next chance of rain, before that we're going to enjoy the nice weather starting tomorrow. coming up in sports, wait until you hear what malcolm jenkins has to say got facing bears quarterback jay cutler. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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hey, hey, the eagles, preparing for a monday night showdown at soldier field in chicago against the bears and quarterback jay cutler. >> reporter: the eagles defensive backs will have a touch matchup defending al shaun jeffrey. but rookie jailen mills got some time in the second half filling in for him against the browns. the defensive front, they're licking their chops. jay cutler sacked fife times in week one, he was hit 13 times and he was pressured on 40% of his throws, nobody was pleasured more in week one. i sat down with eagles safety malcolm jenkins and he says you can see a big difference with jay if he is hit early. >> every time you can get pressure on jay cutler, he's an entire different quarterback. that's with most quarterbacks, but when you see his demeanor
and body language changes if you start to get hits on him, especially coming off of a game where he already got beat up and bruised up malcolm said it could also be huge getting that chicago crowd to turn on him. and the bears are only 3 and 13 at home over # last two years, only tennessee has been worst in the nfl. >> i'm john clark. >> how about some baseball, the phillies continue their keystone series with the pirates tonight. they'll said younger jake thomp songs. >> saying i love playing for, you will always be in my heart. thank you phillies. don't look now, but hockey season is just around the corner. some of the flyers veterans began training camp. today wayne simm monned share
what he learned from last year's playoff run. >> i think first and foremost, but it was a good experience for us, we made the playoffs, we made a good push the first half of the season. hopefully we'll have a better start today so we'll have more energy going into the playoffs. >> don't forget to vote for our high school football game of the week, the choices are on your screen, vote at nbc 10.com. that's it for sports. we'll be right back. then,
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. waiting for things to cool off. >> yes, so today, a lot of record high temperatures set across the area, low 90s, but look at this change coming, 78, high temperature for tomorrow and friday, it's going to be much cool, so we have that cold front moving through tonight and into the weekend, we have some showers and storms sunday, so half your weekend will have to have the umbrella and next week with your ten days showing warming up a little bit.
>> thanks for watching, i'm jim rosenfield, don't miss "america's got talent" finale starting at 8:00. breaking news tonight -- health revelations, new details released late today about hillary clinton's pneumonia diagnosis. and our exclusive interview with tv's dr. oz, what donald trump told him about his own health. hack attack, leak emails from colin powell that include scathing takes on both trump and clinton. and a new warni to key democrats that their cybersecurity has been breached. tropical trouble, millions under flash flood alerts, a dangerous system lashing part of the country with heavy rains. road ready? we go for a ride in the first american city to get a self-driving fleet of cars. our they safe? and new cancer weapon, a less painful test that can be almost four times more effective than mammograms alone.